Top 10 Posts for 2016: Daisies and Brownies

Top 10 stories for Girl scout leaders: Daisies and Brownie Girl ScoutsThank you for joining me in 2016 for our first full year of Use Resources Wisely! My hope was this site would be able to gather ideas and resources for Girl Scout leaders and volunteers, and it’s been a very interesting experience!

As we near the end of 2016, I thought it would be fun to share the “Top 10 Posts for Daisies and Brownies” of the year.

Top 10 Posts for Daisy and Brownie Troops for 2016


You’ll see a trend in our top 10 among our new posts. As a new leader, you need new ideas…fast!

  1. 10 Ways to Earn Your Responsible for What I Say and Do Daisy Girl Scout Petal
  2. 10 Ways to Earn Your Honest and Fair Daisy Girl Scout Petal
  3. 10 Ways to Earn Your Friendly and Helpful Daisy Petal
  4. 10 Ways to Earn the Make the World a Better Place Daisy Petal
  5. 10 Ways to Earn Your Courageous and Strong Petal
  6. How to Design Your Thinking Day Display
  7. Thinking Day Swap Hack
  8. Free Printable: Olympic Athlete Trading Cards
  9. Games to Get to Know Each Other
  10. 10 Ways to Celebrate Chinese New Year with Your Scouts

Top stories for Girl Scout leaders: Daisy and Brownie Girl Scout troops (2016)Other Oldies but Goodies for Daisy and Brownie Leaders

Other resource articles for Girl Scout leaders from our first year of Use Resources Wisely that stayed popular in 2016:

  1. Daisy to Brownie bridging ceremony
  2. 37 Science Adventures for a Troop Meeting
  3. 29 Halloween party ideas in 29 minutes or less
  4. Homemade Fleece Scarves: An Easy Scout Service Project
  5. Spooky Ideas to Earn Your Brownie Senses Badge
  6. World Thinking Ideas for Leaders: Germany
  7. World Thinking Day Ideas for Leaders: England (United Kingdom)
  8. World Thinking Day for Leaders: Italy
  9. World Thinking Day Ideas for Leaders: Mexico
  10. World Thinking Day Ideas for Leaders: Australia

Looking Ahead to 2017

How can I help you best as a troop leader? Share your worries, idea needs and more below! And don’t forget to reach out and sign up for our enewsletter.

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